A Late Blooming Lilac with Fall ColorThe Miss Canada Lilac is an extremely hardy late blooming Lilac. It’s also one our best selling pink Lilacs. Miss Canadas graceful arched branches make it lovely as a hedge or foundation plant. It is also easily shaped into an elegant small tree, a beautiful statement next to a patio. The much loved heart shaped leaves are a dark green, and will transform to a brilliant buttery yellow in the fall. In late spring your Miss Canada will be smothered in upright clusters of lightly fragrant rosy pink flowers. The clear pink blooms rising above the deep green foliage makes a stunning display. The Miss Canada Lilac performs best in full sun and adapts well to warmer climates. It is very attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds, it’s ultra hardy and easy to grow, and it’s deer resistant. The Miss Canada Lilacs beauty and scent would be a great addition to any yard. We recommend planting it near a window to enjoy this wonderful Lilacs perfume both indoors and outdoors. * Heat Tolerant * Fall Color * Fragrant Blooms Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Compact Lilac with Outstanding Color and FragranceThe Lilac Tiny Dancer, Syringa Vulgaris ‘Elsdancer’, is a compact lilac with outstanding color and fragrance. It would be useful as a foundation planting or in a wildlife garden. It would also make an outstanding short hedge. Nothing can compare with the sights and scents of a lilac bush in your yard. Every spring will be heralded with huge, 5-inch panicles of clustered lavender blossoms. The flowers are certainly a showstopper, and the scent has to be experienced to be believed. The succulent, sweet lavender bouquet will drift on the slightest breeze through your yard from May into June.Even when not in flower, your Tiny Dancer will delight the eye with its mounded, lushly green form. Your Tiny Dancer perfectly fits its name. A smaller, less-leggy variety of the more traditional lilac, Tiny Dancer fits well in many locations. It’s a perfect way to bring the sublime beauty and sumptuous scent of lilac shrubs into your yard without as big an investment of space.Your Tiny Dancer is cold tolerant, and far more heat tolerant than other lilac varieties. You can leave the blooms intact for the bees and butterflies to enjoy or bring some indoors. The flowers are a durable cut flower and maintain their intense fragrance in any location. Try a Tiny Dancer today and begin enjoying a superb landscape plant!*Large Purple Spring Flowers*Compact Size*Attracts Butterflies.
Hard to Find Pink Lilac Blooms!Lilac – Marie Francis, Syringa vulgaris ‘Marie Frances’, is a real treat because it produces fragrant pink flowers, and with pink lilacs among all the blue-lavender-purple, this is very unusual! The lovely flowers emerge from distinctive, rich pink buds in spring on a compact form. It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season and is a very hardy plant that tends to sucker. The heart-shaped leaves do not develop any appreciable fall color. ‘Marie Francis’ needs full sun and well-drained soil, and it also requires room for air movement; will tolerate poor soil conditions and harsh winters. The ‘Marie Francis’ shrub must have regular care and upkeep, and should only be pruned after flowering to avoid removing any of the current season’s flowers. It is a good choice for attracting butterflies to your yard, and is an attractive plant for shrub borders, a garden accent plant, or planted in mass for a flowering hedge or wind screen; excellent for cutting too!* Unusual pink blooms* Thrives in full sun* Very cold hardy Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Lilac – President Lincoln, ‘Syringa vulgaris ‘President Lincoln’, is a fast and large growing shrub. It has large heart-shaped leaves, and the flowers are orchid in bud opening to a gorgeous Wedgwood blue. The fragrance is captivating, truly calling attention to the show-stopping display of blossoms. The Lincoln lilac has branches that are erect and open with rich green foliage. This lilac variety likes full to partial sun, and is fast growing to 10 or more feet tall and about 6 feet wide, or you can easily clip to shape. Use as a source of blue flowers in the garden, for cut flowers, or as a tall informal hedge. Try any lilac in the mixed border where taller growing branches can peek up over other lowering growing perennials. President Lincoln Lilac is attractive to bees, butterflies and/or birds. Lilacs can withstand severely cold winters (even -35 degrees C) and in fact, the species does not grow well in areas without significant frost in wintertime..
Also known as Hybrid Lilac and Canadian Lilac. A very hardy shrub with a marvelous, unmistakable fragrance and exquisite lavender blooms each May, which are plentiful. The shrub itself is well-built, well-shaped and full to the base; it doesn’t get leggy or bare near the bottom. Every yard should have a couple of lilac bushes because they’re such a familiar spring sight and so easy-care. Birds, bees and butterflies love to hang out near them, too. The Asessippi Lilac prefers full sun, good drainage and air circulation to prevent powdery mildew. It tolerates light shade, but the best bloom comes from full sun. Your landscape will instantly take on color, fragrance and privacy when planted as a screen, but it’s also wonderful in borders, or as an accent plant. Excellent as a cut flower. Zones 2-7..
Big Lilac Scent in a Little Lilac PackageDwarf Korean Lilac (Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’) packs a big punch in a little space. Full sized lilac flowers with that true intoxicating lilac scent come on bushes much smaller than the norm. This is a compact, spreading plant. It is small and dense and is perfect for tight spaces. Plant it low beneath windows (it won’t get tall enough to block them) or even in planters (so you can move the fragrance where you need it).The Dwarf Korean Lilac blooms heavily in mid to late spring with showy clusters of pale lilac flowers that are spread over the entire bush. Also, you don’t have to wait years to enjoy the show. This variety is very fragrant and begins blooming at an early age.With a mature height of 4-5 feet The Dwarf Korean Lilac is very versatile. It can fit in tight places and small gardens or be grown in groups in a large garden for a spectacular effect. Bonus – this lilac totally laughs at pollution, making it a perfect choice for an urban garden. Extra bonus – the Dwarf Korean Lilac is cold hardy and not afraid of frosty nights.If you love lilacs but thought you didn’t have room for one, the Dwarf Korean Lilac is for you. Now you can enjoy the captivating fragrance of your grandma’s lilacs anywhere for a great price. Order yours today!* Cold Hardy * Adaptable * Early and Heavy bloomerDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
Ornamental Shrub with Outstanding Spring FlowersThe Sensation Lilac is a deciduous shrub with an outstanding spring floral display. It would look great as a specimen plant in your yard, or as the most decorative privacy hedge you’ve ever seen. In one of his famous poems, Walt Whitman said of Lilacs that every leaf is a “miracle”. Once you have a Lilac Sensation in your yard, you’ll see how he could feel that way. A Lilac in your yard is a sweetly-scented breath of spring. It harkens back to carefree days of childhood and the beauty and mystery that is uniquely that of nature. Once you have a Lilac in your yard, your home will never feel complete again without one. The Sensation is a particularly lovely cultivar of Lilac, with each lavender flower petal delicately rimmed in pristine white. The flowers cluster together in long panicles that rise from the branches in spring and emit a lusciously sweet scent that will drift through your yard on the slightest breeze. Your Lilac can grow to 15 feet in height. It has a multi-stemmed, upright growth manner with a spread of about 12 feet. The five inch, heart-shaped leaves are lush and dark green, creating the appearance of a vibrant, healthy shrub even when not in bloom. Your Sensation Lilac is a boon to the hummingbirds, bees and other pollinators that visit your yard in the spring. The flowers are hardy and long-lasting in cut floral arrangements, so you can even bring some of that heavenly magic of spring indoors. A Sensation Lilac is more than just another ornamental shrub to brighten your yard. As Whitman wrote, it’s something far more. A Sensation Lilac is a miracle of nature that no home is truly complete without. * Outstanding spring flowers * Wildlife appeal * FragrantDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
The Chinese Lilac, Syringa Chinensis, is a large round-headed shrub that can be used as a single specimen or as a background border or screening planting. It produces an excellent floral display in early May. The flower color is lilac purple. Flowers are produced in 4-5″ long panicles after the foliage emerges. It is a profuse bloomer with fragrant flowers covering much of the plant. It makes an attractive unsheared hedge.Lilacs prefer a rich well drained soil. Although they will grow in light shade, they will develop a more dense plant habit and flower much better when grown in full sun. Renewal pruning to remove a few older canes each year will help keep the plant full to the base. Prune after flowering for best landscape effect..
Stunning Rare Yellow LilacThe Primrose Lilac is a rare yellow Lilac that is much sought after but seldom found. Your friends and neighbors will be stunned by this yellow Lilac. The first year the blooms are a yellow-white, but the color gets more intense with age and in cooler climates. The Primrose Lilac is outstanding. Springtime blooms of soft yellow makes this Lilac truly unique. Elegant dark green heart shaped leaves are the perfect backdrop to the sunny flowers. Lilacs are beloved for their scent and this one will not disappoint. Intensely fragrant blossoms will delight drifting across the yard on spring breezes. The Primrose Lilac is also known for its longevity, it is carefree and vigorous. It performs best in full sun but will do well in light shade. Perfect as a showy hedge, an extremely fragrant screen or as an individual statement to brighten up your yard. Your Primrose Lilac will attract butterflies and hummingbirds, but deer will pass it by for more tasty treats. The Primrose Lilac is a strong, long lived and unique shrub that will give you a lifetime of satisfaction. * Fragrant Blooms * Deer Resistant * Hardy and Long LivedDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
The White Persian Lilac, Syringa x persica ‘alba’, is a spreading, graceful shrub with arching branches, reaching 4 to 8 feet in height, 5 to 10 feet spread. This deciduous shrub has dark green foliage. The pale lilac flowers are fragrant, late spring blooming, abundantly produced on 2 to 3 inch long panicles. A reasonably compact lilac for the smaller garden, and shrub border. Introduced 1614..
The Purple Lilac is the scent of spring.The Common Purple Lilac (Syringa Vulgaris) is the most popular lilac variety. It provides fantastic spring color every year without fail.In the spring your Lilac will burst into bloom. Lovely clusters of lavender flowers sit against dark green, heart shaped leaves, and the fragrance is just delightful. These plants are so aromatic butterflies and hummingbirds find them irresistible. Although it’s been recreated for perfumes and candles, nothing compares to the scent of fresh Lilac. The fragrance is captivating; literally spring will be in the air for weeks, if not months.Planted in any sunny spot in your yard, the Lilac will thrive in most any soil and can withstand even severe winters. This shrub has been a favorite for decades because you can essentially plant it and ignore it. Your Lilac will grow quickly to a height of 8-10 feet making it a stunning choice as a hedge or privacy screen, but it’s also lovely as an accent plant.Although purple is the most popular color choice, Lilacs are available in many colors. For a colorful hedge add the Persian and White Lilacs. The Lilac is a beautiful, traditional shrub that is pleasing and potent. A wonderful addition to any landscape.* Spikes of Purple Flowers* Fragrant* Cold HardyDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.
The Lilac ‘Maiden’s Blush’, Syringa X hyacinthiflora ‘Maiden’s Blush’, is an early flowering, single-petaled variety with light pink to lavender-pink, fragrant blooms; tendency to display different shades of pink depending upon soil conditions and climate. ‘Maiden’s Blush’ is one of the first lilacs to bloom. This rounded, deciduous shrub has dark green foliage that makes a lovely contrast against the light blooms. The heart-shaped leaves do not develop any appreciable fall color. This lilac prefers well drained soil and will tolerate poor soil conditions and harsh winters. ‘Maiden’s Blush’ is perfect as an accent shrub in the garden, back of a border, or use in mass to create a flowering hedge. It should only be pruned after flowering to avoid removing any of the current season’s flowers. It is a good choice for attracting butterflies; deer resistant..
New & Improved Lilac Blooms for 3 Seasons!Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac, Syringa x ‘SMSJGP7’, is a deciduous shrub with outstanding, reblooming flowers. This variety of Lilac would be a terrific choice as a floral border along your property line, or as a colorful hedge to brighten that bare, exterior wall of your garage. These will even do well in containers for your patio.Just as the name implies, Bloomerang will give you a burst of spring color, then boomerang back to give you another blast of floral vibrancy from mid-summer through fall. While some Lilac varieties will provide only weeks of floral radiance, Bloomerang will keep going for months!The Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac is a clear improvement over the original bloomerang variety, providing a much larger cluster of flowers for your home as well. As if the bright, repeating display weren’t enough, Bloomerang acts as an irresistible draw to butterflies, bees and hummingbirds with its rich fragrance. That same compelling aroma is sure to tempt you into cutting a few branches for your kitchen table, making this remarkable Lilac variety a beneficial plant for both inside your home and out.Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac will grow 4-6 feet tall with an equal spread. It has a compact, mounded nature, and can be easily trimmed back after its spring bloom (if you prefer a more manicured shape). Bloomerang prefers normal to loamy soils and is a relatively low maintenance plant overall. Wildlife love Bloomerang, but deer tend to pass it by. Overall, it’s a strong grower that will produce well while requiring little from you in return.Bloomerang Dark Purple Lilac delivers a “blooming boomerang” of floral brilliance from spring through fall. With its high-performing features and versatile nature, it’s certainly an exceptional choice for your home this year!* Long lasting display* Colorful screen or hedge* Work well as a cut flower* Works well in containersDon’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early Spring.
Fragrant Lilacs in a Stunning, Ornamental Tree FormThe Lilac ‘Bloomerang’™ is a revolutionary new kind of lilac!’Bloomerang’ blooms in spring and then again throughout the summer. It does go through a rest period in the heat of the summer and then flowers again; traditional lilac varieties only bloom for a few short weeks in spring. Bloomerang’s fragrant flowers continue until frost.Trained into a tree form, this compact beauty makes a great ornamental tree for your landscape or garden. It works great as a foundation planting or as part of the mixed border. As a Tree Form, It is a taller item that adds height and drama to a container, so can be used either in the back or middle of a container. You can also include ‘Bloomerang’ in perennial beds and enjoy classic lilac fragrance for months instead of weeks!This lilac thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soil. Removing spent blooms encourages reblooming, and save heavy pruning to shape after blooming.These sold out in hours last spring. Quantities are limited. Buy Yours Now to Avoid Disappointment!* Fragrant Blooms* Reblooms* Great Ornamental Tree.
Shrub with Astonishing Flowers and FragranceCharles Joly Lilac is a deciduous shrub with enchanting, scented flowers. With its lovely spring accent, it would make a wonderful screen or border specimen for your yard.There are few things more majestic or memorable in the spring landscape than a blooming lilac. Its astonishingly beautiful flowers and breathtaking sweet scent are unlike any other plant you’ll ever own. Lilacs have an aroma many associate with feelings of “home”, and the flowers will be right at home inside your house as well where the cut flowers will fill your house with that same magical scent.Your Charles Joly Lilac is a French Hybrid lilac that is considered the best in its color class! Its shiny purple buds open into double, magenta flowers. The effect of the spring bloom is stunning, showing off the vivid coloration of its deep, wine-red flowers. This strong, long-lasting shrub has an upright shape and is easily grown in average, medium moist, well-drained soil. It will grow to 12 feet in height with a 10 foot spread, and has a hardy nature and pleasant countenance. Charles Joly Lilac tolerates light shade, but its best bloom is in full sun. Charles Joly is both disease and deer resistant so you’ll be saved the time and trouble of dealing with costly measures to keep it safe from harm.Butterflies, bees and hummingbirds love it, and you will too. Demand for this lilac is extremely high! Order yours now!* Beautiful flowers * Fragrant * Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds * Deer resistant Don’t Prune Lilacs During Fall or Early SpringPruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.